Starting January 2017, SHA-1 Support will be eliminated from popular browsers
SHA-1 is over. Starting in January 2017, Google Chrome – and soon after, the rest of the browser community – will remove SHA-1 support and start making websites that still use SHA-1 SSL Certificates as not secure.
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SSL should be a minimum requirement for any cybersecurity strategy
SSL isn’t just a smart decision when you’re beginning to come up with a cybersecurity strategy for your website—it’s actually a requirement.
That’s right, before we get into the actual merits of having encryption, we’ll start with the fact that … Read More
SHA-1, or ‘Secure Hash Algorithm 1’ is a cryptographic hash function that has been used by certificate authorities to sign SSL certificates. The CA/B Forum has announced the deprecation of the SHA-1 algorithm in favor of the newer and more secure SHA-2 hashing algorithms.
What is the Vulnerability Risk of … Read More
Symantec Officially Announces a Price Increase for the Japanese Region
Symantec, the most popular Certificate Authority (CA) in the world, announced that they will change the price structure for the Japanese region. Symantec has informed all of its partners about the mandatory price change. Symantec has a strong reputation in … Read More
SSL installation has become a necessity in this era of e-commerce. There are varieties of easy-to-install SSL certificates available in the market today. However, the installation process always has a tendency to go wrong if it is not performed in an accurate way. Here, we provide you with an easy … Read More
Protecting sensitive data getting transferred on websites has become a crucial element for any e-commerce business. The upsurge in the number of web security breaches and thefts has inevitably lead e-merchants to rely on web security services like Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to protect their customers’ private information.E-merchants have gone … Read More